Развитие стратегического подхода к корпоративной социальной ответственности: теоретический аспект
The diversity represented in this book, not only in respect to author nationality, but also in theoretical and empirical approaches, reflects one of the most salient features of the European Communication Research and Education Association: Organisational and Strategic Communication Section’s identity. The spectrum of themes analysed in this collection – crisis communication, government communication, organisational communication and social media, corporate social responsibility, health media relations – demonstrates the range and vitality of organisational and strategic communication research in Europe.
Recommendations for teachers on the organization of the educational process based on the case “Tigrus - more than business” and examples of its solution
Сorporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainable business is one of the global trends. Abundance of corporate social responsibility ratings allows us to trace the relationship of this parameter with the financial and organizational results of the company. Current studies in this area are based on qualitative methods and small sample of firms that did not allow to give a clear answer about the presence or absence of the correlation. Correlation analysis of a large number of companies allowed us to reveal the relationship between the financial and organizational results of the company and its social responsibility level. One of the most significant results is the identification of a positive correlation between CSR level of revenue and long-term organization.
The book considers how to make the methodology of business ethics more scientific, especially its normative branch. Storchevoy explores the attempts of economic theory to contribute to the scientific normative analysis of economic behavior, particularly the welfare economics of 1910-1950 and methodological discussions of economics and ethics from 1980-2015. He then examines the development of the methodological structure of business ethics in general since the 1980s and the scientific validity of normative business ethics, including stakeholder theory, the separation thesis, integral social contract theory, corporate social responsibility, virtue ethics and other frameworks. He concludes by suggesting an additional step to make business ethics a more systematic discipline by developing a typology of moral issues and dilemmas. Business Ethics as a Science will be a thought-provoking resource for students and practitioners of business ethics and economists alike.
In this Chapter the author analyzes the process of formation of the regulatory foundations of occupational safety and health on the international level and in Russia, including the historical context, contemporary conceptual approaches to its regulation, its relation to the relevant international standards, peculiarities of the governmental policy in the field, corporate regulatory initiatives and respective pressing problems.
Ethics is becoming increasingly important for business. This trend is reflected in modern corporate and contract practice of entrepreneurs. This writing addresses means and methods of corporate and contract regulation in support of ethical norms and standards in business environment. The newest best practices of major international and Russian corporations that proved to be most efficient are being emphasized.
The focus of this paper is the mechanism of ideology dissemination. It explains how ideology emerges from ideas and through shared beliefs develops to be expressed in recurring actions. Ideologies and institutions constitute an II-system, where ideas and rules interact mutually as form and substance.
The paper tackles the question whether shared beliefs can be disseminated through the institutional export, whether it is needed to export ideologies hot on the heels of institutions. Through logical modeling, game theory application and Sustainability/CSR example we illustrate the inverse mechanism of beliefs dissemination and substantiate the worth wiliness of institutions ideologization.
Corporate social responsibility is an important aspect of any organization. However, factors affecting the level of social responsibility are not fully understood. This work is devoted to identifying the impact of socio-economic development of the country on the average level of corporate social responsibility. On the basis of a sample of organizations in 6505 was carried out a descriptive and correlation analysis, and the results were compared with previous studies in this area.